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[Handwritten Notes]
Handwritten doctor's notes, listing patients.
[Photograph of Dr. James Franklin Sutherlin]
Photograph of Dr. James Franklin Sutherlin posing next to a fireplace. He is wearing a vest and a coat, and his right arm is resting on a decorated pillar or counter to his right.
[Photograph of Edith Wilson]
Photograph of Edith Wilson. She wears a black dress, and stands holding a book against the arm of a wicker couch. A hat sits on the couch next to her.
[Photograph of Edith Wilson, Age 14]
Photograph of Edith Wilson at age 14. She wears a high-necked black and white dress with a choker, and her hair is pulled back.
[Ladoga Public Schools Pupil Card]
Card placing Edgar B. Sutherlin in Ladoga Public Schools in 1899. It reads: "Ladoga Public Schools. Edgar Sutherlin Pupil in 7th Year Grade, 1899-00, Belongs in 8th Year Grade, 1900-01. Nelle Morrison Teacher. J. F. Warfel, Supt."
[Photograph of a Woman]
Photograph of a woman wearing an off-the-shoulder lace dress.
[Photograph of Dr. Franklin Sutherlin's House in Ladoga, Indiana]
Photograph of the home of Dr. Franklin Sutherlin on Washington Street in Ladoga, Indiana. The house is two stories tall, with a porch and a tree in front of the sidewalk.
[Photograph of Green Street, Crawfordsville, Indiana]
Photograph of Green Street in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Tall buildings line the road, and horses and buggies stand on both sides of the street.
[Photograph of the Wilson Family]
Photograph of the Wilson family around 1900. John Wilson, Ruby Wilson, and Sophia Flint Wilson are sitting in front of Elma and Edith Wilson. All three daughters are wearing white dresses.
[Portrait of Edgar Sutherlin]
Portrait of Edgar Sutherlin. He wears a long coat and a flat cap, and his right arm is draped over the back of a chair.
[Sutherlin Family Genealogy Charts]
Genealogy charts for members of the Sutherlin family, including Edgar Brown Sutherlin, Ruby Maurine Sutherlin McElroy, Clyda Waneta Sutherlin Bowman, James Edgar Sutherlin, James Franklin Sutherlin, Clyda N. Sutherlin, and John Harvey Sutherlin. The charts include information concerning births, military service, marriages, and deaths.
[Report Card for Edith Wilson]
Report card for Edith Wilson for the 1901-1902 school year. It shows marks in deportment, attendance, punctuality, application, neatness, general history, geometry, physics, Latin, English composition, literture, and literary work.
[Edgar B. Sutherlin in Navy Uniform]
Photograph of Edgar B. Sutherlin in his U.S Navy uniform. He is holding onto the arm of a chair visible to the left.
[Letter from Edgar B. Sutherlin to Edith Wilson, March 3, 1902]
Letter from Edgar B. Sutherlin to Edith Wilson, on March 3, 1902. He apologizes for taking so long to write back, and informs her that his father has died. He also mentions his plans to join the Navy.
[Recruitment Card]
Recruitment card belonging to Edgar Brown Sutherlin. It reads: "U. S. Naval Recruiting Station, 1421 Masonic Temple, Chicago, Ill. No. 241. Name: Sutherlin, E. B. Rate: Landsman for Training. Date: APR 3 - 1902." Sutherlin signed the back of the card.
[Letter from Edgar B. Sutherlin to Edith Wilson, 1903]
Letter from Edgar B. Sutherlin to Edith Wilson, in 1903, complaining that he has recently been sick, and explaining to her the work he does.
[Letter to Edith Wilson, July 22, 1903]
Letter to Edith Wilson, on July 22, 1903, asking her to write. The author implores her not to give up on him, and promises to do anything she wants to make her happy.
[Letter from L. B. H. to Edith Wilson, May 26, 1907]
Letter from L. B. H. to Edith Wilson, on May 25, 1907, discussing a brother who is going to marry soon, and the strangeness of marriage.
[Letter from W. S. W. to Edith Wilson, October 14, 1907]
Letter from W. S. W. to Edith Wilson, on October 14, 1907, congratulating Edith on the news of her recent engagement and discussing plans for her upcoming wedding. A newspaper clipping that states Edgar B. Sutherlin and Edith Wilson have applied for a marriage license is included in the envelope.
[Elk Lodge Membership Card]
Membership card for Elk Lodge belonging to John H. Sutherlin. It reads: "No. 502. Durango, Colo., Lodge No. 507, B. P. O. Elks. This is to Certify that Bro. John H. Sutherlin has paid dues to Oct. 1st, 1909 and at the date of issuing this card was in good standing in said lodge. Dated 7 day of June 1909."
[Letter from Sophia Wilson to her sister, August 4, 1909]
Letter from Sophia Flint Wilson to her sister, on August 4, 1909. She talks about her daughters, and asks that her sister visit soon.
[Elk Lodge Membership Card]
Membership card for Elk Lodge belonging to John H. Sutherlin. It reads: "No. 502. Durango, Colo., Lodge No. 507, B. P. O. Elks. This is to Certify that Bro. John H. Sutherlin has paid dues to Apr 1, 1910 and at the date of issuing this card was in good standing in said lodge. Dated 6 day of Apr 1910."
[Letter from the Jacksonian Optical College to Edith Wilson Sutherlin, October 25, 1912]
Letter from the Jacksonian Optical College to Edith Wilson Sutherlin, on October 25, 1912, informing her of her first exam scores.
[Letter from the Jacksonian Optical College to Edith Wilson Sutherlin, February 11, 1913]
Letter from the Jacksonian Optical College to Edith Wilson Sutherlin, on February 11, 1913, informing her that they believe her to have a clear understanding of optics, and reminding her of a diploma fee that must be paid before they can forward her diploma to her.
[Interior of the Hart Drug Store]
Photograph of the interior of the Hart Drug Store in the Peter Stock Building in Port Arthur, Texas. Six men stand in the store: two behind the counter, one leaning against it, and three standing by the tables on the left side of the photo. E. B. Sutherlin stands second from the left.
[Photograph of Brown Cemetery]
Photograph of the Brown Cemetery around 1915. Edith Sutherlin stands on the left, holding her hand out. A second woman stands on the other side of the photo, in front of a monument with the word "Brown" carved into it.
[Photograph of Sutherlin Children at Brown Cemetery]
Photograph of Maurine and Waneta Sutherlin at the Brown Cemetery. An unknown woman stands behind them.
[Photograph of Sutherlin Children at Brown Cemetery]
Photograph of Maurine and Waneta Sutherlin at the Brown Cemetery. An unknown woman stands behind them.
[Shares of The Se-Cola Bottling Company]
Document certifying that E. B. Sutherlin owns two shares of The Se-Cola Bottling Company.
[Letter from Self Winding Clock Company to Edgar B. Sutherlin, February 6, 1922]
Letter from Self Winding Clock Company to Edgar B. Sutherlin, on February 6, 1922, telling him how he can improve the illumination of the dials on the street clock he bought from them.
[Birth Certificate of James Edgar Sutherlin]
Birth certificate for James Edgar Sutherlin, born July 14, 1925 in Port Arthur, Texas to Edith Wilson and Edgar Brown Sutherlin.
[Letter from Edith Wilson Sutherlin to her parents, April 12, 1926]
Letter from Edith Wilson Sutherlin to John and Sophia Wilson, on April 12, 1926. She is thankful they arrived home safely, and berates them for not asking for money when they nearly went broke.
[E. B. Sutherlin Envelope]
Envelope for E. B. Sutherlin's jewelry store, with notes written by him. The envelope reads: "Name: Mrs. O. R. Williams, 719 - Procter St. No.: 6-8-27. Charges $--. E. B. Sutherlin, Jewelry & Watchmaker, 436 Procter St., Port Arthur, Texas. Instructions: don't string too tight."
[Letter from Edith Wilson Sutherlin to her parents, August 24, 1927]
Letter from Edith Wilson Sutherlin to John and Sophia Wilson, on August 24, 1927. She writes about her daughters, one of whom is entering college soon, and a boy who helps her husband at his shop.
[Letter, June 27, 1935]
Letter from "kids" to "Hubby, Uncle John, and All" on June 27, 1935, discussing a visit with Maurine and Ted McElroy, and a dinner.
[Sutherlin-McElroy-Bowman Family Thanksgiving]
Photograph of the Sutherlin, McElroy, and Bowman families on Thanksgiving 1935. In the front row, from left to right, are James Edgar Sutherlin; Theodore Edgar McElroy, Jr.; Gerald Edwin McElroy; and Barbara Jean McElroy. In the second row, from left to right, are Edgar Brown Sutherlin, Edith Hallie Wilson Sutherlin, Sophia Flint Wilson, Harriet Josephine Beauchamp McElroy, Walter Edwin McElroy, Waneta Sutherlin, Mable McElroy Duncan, and Lester Duncan. In the third row are Elma Wilson Ridpath; Wayne Ridpath; Walter William McElroy; Maurine Sutherlin McElroy; Theodore Edgar McElroy, Sr.; Bertis Paul McElroy; and Chesley Arthur Bowman. In the back row are Atha Talley McElroy, Dovert William McElroy, and John Harvey Sutherlin.
[Clipping: Faithful Clock Again Operating]
Article about the successful operation of an old clock. Edgar B. Sutherlin explains why the clock had ceased to function.
[Handwritten Note, April 17, 1937]
Handwritten note from April 17, 1937. It reads: "April 17, 1937. E. B. Suthelin requested permit to move large street clock from 436 to 424 Procter Street -. Permission denied."
[Driver's License for Edith Wilson Sutherlin]
Driver's license for Edith Wilson Sutherlin, from the 1940s.
[Letter by James Sutherlin to his parents]
Letter from James Edgar Sutherlin to his parents about his trip to see his sister Waneta.
[Letter by James Sutherlin to his parents and uncle]
Letter from James E. Sutherlin to his parents and uncle about visiting his sister Waneta and hanging out with "the boys" outside of school.
[Letter by Waneta Sutherlin Bowman to her family]
Letter from Waneta Sutherlin Bowman to her family about visiting with her brother James E. Sutherlin in San Antonio.
[Telegram by Waneta Sutherlin Bowman to her mother]
Telegram from Waneta Sutherlin Bowman to her mother informing her that James Sutherlin is going to be shipped to Quonset Point, Rhode Island and going to be stationed there for 4 months.
[United States Navy Rating Description for SEAMAN, First Class, Issued to James Edgar Sutherlin - 03/30/1946]
Booklet from the United States Navy issued to James Sutherlin which describes his rating of Seaman, First Class. It was issued to James to help him get a job as a civilian after he was discharged.
[Demobilization Form for James Edgar Sutherlin]
Demobilization form for James Edgar Sutherlin with orders on his protocol while he was berthed at the Kohler Building in Boston, Massachusetts.
[Purchase Order]
Purchase order for a street clock written to Sutherland Jewelry.
[Jewelers' Article, The Port Arthuran, April 1953]
Article about jewelers in Port Arthur, Texas, including Sutherlin Jewelers.
[Auction Announcement for Sutherlin Jewelers]
News clipping announcing an auction at Sutherlin Jewelers. It includes a small article on Edgar B. Sutherlin's retirement, and lays out all items that are for sale.
Good Business, Volume 64, Number 5, May 1954
Issue of the Good Business periodical, which includes an article about Edgar B. Sutherlin's jewelry store and his kindness to visiting seamen. A separate article has been pasted into the back of the periodical, announcing the retirement of Mr. Sutherlin due to his health.
['Meester' Sutherland: Seaman's Samaritan]
Copy of the article entitled "'Meester' Sutherland: Seaman's Samaritan" explaining how Edgar B. Sutherlin exchanged foreign money for American dollars for foreign seaman in Port Arthur.